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Collective Hub Aug 2017

Collective Hub combines style and substance with a fresh perspective on the issues that matter – across business, design, technology, social change, fashion, travel, food, film and art. Through a combination of high-profile stories and beautiful visuals in our print magazine, engaging digital content on our website, one-of-a-kind events, custom-made products and much more, Collective Hub’s constant vision is to uplift and empower people to live their fullest lives. Whether you are looking for a boost of creativity, professional advice from industry experts, the most exciting places to experience or a warm and practical pep talk, Collective Hub is your guide to making a positive impact in the world.

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Australia
言語:
English
出版社:
Messenger Group Pty Ltd
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AUSTRALIA Gordon & Gotch Locked Bag 527 Frenchs Forest NSW 2086 Tel: 1300 650 666 AUSTRIA Morawa Austria Hackinger Strasse 52 1140 Wien Tel: +43 1 910 76 407 BELGIUM AMP Route de Lennik 451 1070 Brussels Tel: +322 525 1411 BRAZIL Black & White Rua Vespasiano 560 Vila Romana – Sao Paolo – SP CEP: 05044-050 Tel: +55 11 3675 3573 CANADA LMPI 8155 Larrey St Quebec H1J 2L5 Tel: +1 800 263 9661 DENMARK A/S Bladkomplagniet Islevdalvej 205 DK-2610 Rødovre Tel: +453 327 7700 FRANCE Presstalis 30 Rue Raoul Wallenberg 75931 Paris Tel: +331 4928 7000 GERMANY Saarbach 19 Hans Boeckler Strasse Huerth 50332 Tel: +4922 3379 9632 GIBRALTAR L Sacarello 96 Main St Tel: +35 0200 77994 GREECE 2nd kilometer Paianias – Markopoulo Ave Position: Nisizi 19400 Koropi – Attiki Tel: +30 210 6022080 HONG KONG Times Publishing Block C, 10/F Seaview Estate 2–8 Watson Road, North Point Tel: +852 3965 7810 ICELAND PENNINN EHF Grensasvegur 11 108 Reykjavik Imported press Tel: +354 540 2004 Switchboard: +354 540 2000 ITALY Messinter Spa Via Compania 12 San Giuliano Milanese 20098 Tel: +39 257 512 612 JORDAN Aramex PO BOX 375 Amman 11118 Location: Tla’a Al Ali 45 Khalil Al Salem Street Opposite Aramex International KENYA Nation Newspaper Ltd Nation…

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from the editor

Welcome to the Start-up Special! For years we’ve talked about doing an issue for start-ups and I’m beyond thrilled to bring you the result: a dynamic, detailed and truthful look at what it takes – and costs – to get that idea off the ground. Learn from incredible entrepreneurs as they open up about what those early days actually involve: Ken Segall, the genius behind the naming of the iMac, shares a rare glimpse into working with Steve Jobs and the power of simplicity; the cheeky monkeys of MailChimp focus on creating a brand with personality, even if that means no one can remember their name; and the incredibly eloquent podcast host Megan Tan, who I met with when she recently visited Sydney, tells the story of turning her portfolio…

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early october release

PURPOSE PRE-SALE FIND YOUR WHY AND THE HOW WILL LOOK AFTER ITSELF IMAGINE IF YOU COULD WAKE UP EVERY MORNING FEELING ENERGISED, VIBRANT AND EXCITED FOR THE WORK DAY AHEAD OF YOU. IF YOU COULD ACCEPT EVERY CHALLENGE, HURDLE AND SETBACK BECAUSE YOU KNEW THE END GOAL WOULD BE WORTH IT. THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU FIND YOUR PURPOSE. In this soul-searching book Lisa Messenger discusses her own path to purpose, mixed with guidance and interviews from inspiring entrepreneurs and creatives who have followed their Why to a place of joy and fulfilment. Drawing on her own experiences and ground-breaking research that shows a sense of purpose makes us happier, healthier and even live longer, Lisa guides readers to find the illusive Why in their lives, so they can reinvigorate their ambition,…

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48 founder’s letter

Did you know that the Nike swoosh was designed by a graphic design student from Portland, Oregon? And that, more recently, a 20-year-old design student from Hong Kong was commissioned by Coca-Cola to reimagine the logo for their ‘Open Happiness’ campaign? These are incredible examples of students whose vivid imaginations, creative spirits and out-of-the-box thinking have produced visual – and commercial – sensations. I’m pumped to say this issue’s cover falls into that category. Despite having insanely talented and worthy people in our Start-up Special (Cara Delevingne and Elizabeth Olsen, for instance) I stuck with my gut and set our art director, Em, the challenge of – once again – breaking all the rules on what a magazine cover ‘should be’ to find something different that celebrates the start-up community. A…

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SPOTLIGHT When I read Collective Hub, I always come across stories about entrepreneurs who use their passion to help others – definitely something I can relate to! Starting my skincare line was a labour of love, as I test every ingredient and formula along the way. I want to help people achieve beautiful skin through education and the most natural, organic products possible. Collective Hub features women just like me, who share their expertise and advice on what makes their businesses successful, and it’s encouraging. By continuing to see such incredible stories in Collective Hub from around the world, it reminds me of our ability to influence ideas and dreams, regardless of scale. Alana Mitchell @themedicalstartup For the last two months, I’ve been working in Australia as I train to be a doctor.…

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In 2012, after “narrowly escaping” nursing school, photographer Julia Manchik decided to head back to university to study graphic design. It was while still a student that Julia – who was born in Ukraine, raised in Idaho, and currently lives in Seattle, Washington – created the eye-catching piece that is featured on the cover of this issue. “It’s bold and playful, so I think it catches your eye,” says Julia. “I hope it inspires experimentation with things you’re drawn to, because that’s what I was doing when I created it.” Here, she tells us how it came about. WHERE DID YOU START YOUR CAREER? My first job at age 16 was decorating ice cream cakes at Dairy Queen. Then I had a long string of terrible, noncreative jobs... and eventually found my way back.…

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